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Byron, Baron (E, 1643)

 

Creation: let. pat. 24 Oct 1643

 

Family name: Byron

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Arms:

Argent three Bendlets enhanced Gules

Crest:

A Mermaid proper

Supporters:

On either side a Horse of a brown bay colour unguled Or

Motto:

Crede Byron (Trust Byron)

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Sir John Byron, of Newstead Abbey, co. Nottingham, Clayton, co. Lancaster, etc.

son and heir of Sir John Byron, of Newstead Abbey, co. Nottingham, by his wife Alice Strelley, dau. of Sir Nicholas Strelley

born

mar.

Anne Molyneux, 5th dau. of Sir Richard Molyneux, 1st Bt., of Sefton, co. Lancaster, by his wife Frances Gerard, sister of Thomas [Gerard], 1st Baron Gerard, and 1st dau. of Sir Gilbert Gerard, of Gerard's Bromley, co. Stafford, Master of the Rolls 1581-92

children

1. Sir John Byron MP, later 1st Baron Byron

2. Sir Richard Byron, later 2nd Baron Byron

3. Col Sir Robert Byron, Royalist Governor of Liverpool, mar. Hon Lucy West, dau. of Thomas [West], 3rd Baron De La Warr, by his wife Cicely Shirley, dau. of Sir Thomas Shirley, of Wiston, co. Sussex, and had issue

4. Sir Philip Byron, killed defending York against the Parliamentary army (d. 1644)

5. Sir Thomas Byron, commanded the Prince of Wales's Regiment at the Battle of Hopton Heath 1642/3 (d. 9 Dec 1643)

1. Mary Byron, mar. Sir Thomas Lucas

died

28 Sep 1625

note

 

John [Byron], 1st Baron Byron

born

c. 1599

mar. (1)

Hon Cecilia Byndlose (widow of Sir Francis Byndlose, of Barwick Hall; d. Feb 1638), dau. of Thomas [West], 3rd Baron De La Warr, by his wife Cicely Shirley, dau. of Sir Thomas Shirley, of Wiston, co. Sussex

mar. (2)

1644 Hon Eleanor Warburton (b. c. 1627; widow of Peter Warburton, of Arley, co. Chester;  d. 26 Jan 1663/4; bur. in Trinity Church, Chester), dau. of Robert [Needham], 2nd Viscount Kilmorey, by his second wife Eleanor Dutton, dau. and hrss. of Thomas Dutton, of Dutton

died

s.p. Aug 1652

created

24 Oct 1643 Baron Byron, of Rochdale in the County Palatine of Lancaster, with default in default of his own male issue to each of his six brothers in like manner

suc. by

brother

note

Member of Parliament for Nottingham 1624-25 and 1626, and for Nottinghamshire 1628-29 ; Knight of the Bath at the Coronation of King Charles I 1625/6; High Sheriff of Nottinghamshire 1634-35; a Gentleman of the Bedchamber; Lieutenant of the Tower of London 1641; an ardent Royalist, he commanded the reserve at the Battle of Edgehill; Field Marshal General of the King's forces in Worcestershire, Shropshire, Chester and North Wales; Governor of Chester, where he endured a long siege ending in 1645/6; surrendered Carnarvon Castle on honourable terms 1646 ; Governor to James, Duke of York 1646-52; imprisoned 1655

 

Richard [Byron], 2nd Baron Byron

born

 

mar. (1)

Elizabeth Strelley (widow of Nicholas Strelley; bur. at Hucknall, co. Nottingham 1651), dau. of Gervase Rossell, of Ratcliffe-on-Trent, co. Nottingham, by his wife Margaret Whalley, dau. of Walter Whalley, of Cotgrave

only child by first wife

1. Hon William Byron, later 3rd Baron Byron

mar. (2)

Elizabeth Booth, 7th dau. of Sir George Booth, 1st Bt., of Dunham Massey, co. Chester, by his second wife Elizabeth Anderson, dau. of Sir Edmund Anderson, Chief Justice of the Common Pleas

died

4 Oct 1679 (bur. at Hucknall, co. Nottingham)

suc. by

son by first wife

note

an earnest Royalist, being one of "the Valiant Colonels" who fought at the Battle of Edgehill; knighted 1642; Governor of Appleby Castle and of Newark Castle

 

William [Byron], 3rd Baron Byron

born

1636

mar. (1)

aft. 5 Oct 1660 Hon Penelope Chaworth (bapt. 19 Dec 1632; bur. 12 Dec 1682 in Dublin), 1st dau. of John [Chaworth], 2nd Viscount Chaworth, by his wife Hon Elizabeth Noel, 1st dau. of Edward [Noel], 2nd Viscount Campden

only child by first wife

1. Hon William Byron, later 4th Baron Byron

mar. (2)

25 Jun 1685 Elizabeth Stydolph (widow of Sir Richard Stydolph, 1st Bt., of Norbury, Surrey;  d. 28 Dec 1703; bur. at Mickleham, co. Surrey), only dau. of Sir George Stonehouse, 3rd and 1st Bt., of Radley, co. Berkshire, by his wife Hon Martha Lovelace, 2nd dau. by his second wife of Richard [Lovelace], 1st Baron Lovelace

died

13 Nov 1695 (bur. at Hucknall, co. Nottingham)

suc. by

son by first wife

note

 

William [Byron], 4th Baron Byron

born

4 Jan 1669/70

mar. (1)

Feb 1702/3 Lady Mary Egerton (b. 14 May 1676; dsp. of smallpox 11 Apr 1703; bur. at Hucknall, co. Nottingham), 1st dau. of John [Egerton], 3rd Earl of Bridgewater, by his second wife Lady Jane Paulet, 1st dau. by his second wife of Charles [Paulet], 1st Duke of Bolton

mar. (2)

19 Dec 1706 Lady Frances Wilhelmina Bentinck (b. 18 Feb 1684; dsps. 31 Mar 1712; bur. at Hucknall, co. Nottingham), 3rd dau. of Hans William [Bentinck], 1st Earl of Portland, by his first wife Ann Villiers, 4th dau. by his first wife of Sir Edward Villiers, of Richmond, co. Surrey, Knight Marshal of the Household

mar. (3)

3 Dec 1720 Hon Frances Berkeley (mar. (2) 31 Jul 1740 as his second wife Sir Thomas Hay, 2nd Bt., of Alderston, New Brunswick;  bur. 21 Sep 1757 at Twickenham, co. Middlesex), 2nd dau. of William [Berkeley], 4th Baron Berkeley of Stratton, by his wife Frances Temple, yst. dau. of Sir John Temple, of East Sheen, co. Surrey

children by third wife

1. Hon William Byron, later 5th Baron Byron

2. Admiral Hon John Byron RN (b. 8 Nov 1723; d. 10 Apr 1786), mar. 8 Sep 1748 Sophia Trevannion, dau. of John Trevannion, of Carhays, co. Cornwall, and had issue:

1a. Capt John ('Mad Jack') Byron (b. 7 Feb 1756; d. 2 Aug 1791), mar. (1) 1 Jun 1779 Lady Amelia Osborne, suo jure Baroness Darcy de Knayth and Conyers, only dau. and hrss. of Robert [Darcy], 4th Earl of Holderness, by his wife Mary Doublet, dau. of Francis Doublet, of Groeneveldt, Member of the States of Holland, and had issue:

1b. Hon Augusta Byron, a Woman of the Bedchamber to Queen Charlotte (b. 1782; d. 18 Oct 1851), mar. 17 Aug 1807 her first cousin Lt Col George Leigh, son of Gen Charles Leigh by his wife Frances Byron, and had issue

Capt John Byron mar. (2) 12 May 1785 Catherine Gordon (d. 1 Aug 1811), dau. of George Gordon of Gight, and had further issue:

1b. George Gordon Byron later Noel, later 6th Baron Byron

2a. Capt George Anson Byron RN (b. 30 Nov 1758; d. 11 Jun 1793), mar. Charlotte Henrietta Dallas (d. 26 Feb 1793), dau. of Robert Dallas, of Dallas Castle in Jamaica, and had issue:

1b. George Anson Byron, later 7th Baron Byron

1b. Julia Maria Byron (d. 1858), mar. 27 May 1816 Rev Robert Heath, Fellow of St John's College, Oxford, and had issue

1a. Frances Byron (d. 19 Oct 1823), mar. Gen Charles Leigh, and had issue

2a. Juliana Elizabeth Byron (d. 18 Mar 1788), mar. (1) her cousin Hon William Byron MP (b. 27 Oct 1749; dvp. 22 Jun 1776), 1st son and heir ap. of William [Byron], 5th Baron Byron, by his wife Elizabeth Shaw, dau. of Charles Shaw, of Besthorpe Hall, co. Norfolk, and (2) 23 Sep 1783 as his first wife Sir Robert Wilmot, 2nd Bt., of Osmaston, co. Derby, and had issue by both husbands

3a. Augusta Barbara Charlotte Byron (d. 1824), mar. Vice Admiral Christopher Parker RN

3. Rev Hon Richard Byron, Rector of Haughton-le-Skerne, Co. Durham (b. 28 Oct 1724; d. 5 Nov 1811), mar. 1768 Mary Farmer (d. 9 May 1827), dau. of Richard Farmer, and had issue:

1a. Rear Admiral Richard Byron CB RN (b. 30 Jul 1769; d. 2 Sep 1837), mar. 23 Sep 1801 Sarah Sykes (d. 11 Aug 1861), dau. of James Sykes, and had issue:

1b. Cmdr Richard Byron RN, of HMS Champion (b. 1802; d. at sea after 23 Feb 1843)

2b. Capt James Byron (b. 1803; d. May 1858)

3b. Rev John Byron, Vicar of Elmstone-Hardwick, co. Gloucester, and Chaplain to the Duke of Sutherland (b. 21 Sep 1804; d. 6 Dec 1878), mar. 8 Dec 1830 Mary Richardson (d. 30 Dec 1842), dau. of William Richardson, of Leatherhead, co. Surrey, and had issue:

1c. Major Gen John Byron (b. 14 Sep 1832; d. 13 Aug 1895), mar. 24 Oct 1865 Susan Amelia Graves Chiappini (d. 15 May 1871), dau. of Edward Chiappini, of Capetown, South Africa, and had issue:

1d. Col Richard Byron DSO, served in various campaigns including South Africa 1899-1901 and in World War I 1914-18 (b. 19 Feb 1870; d. 1 Aug 1939), mar. 18 Nov 1896 Mabel Mackenzie Winter (d. 22 Feb 1962), dau. of Charles Albert Winter, of Hyde Park Square, London, and had issue:

1e. Capt Richard Geoffrey Gordon Byron DSO, later 12th Baron Byron

1e. Sheila Margaret Byron (b. 30 Oct 1903), mar. (1) 7 Jun 1923 (div. 1929) Lieut James Roy Notter Garton (d. 1937), only surv. son of William Garton, of Brixedone, Bursledon, co. Hampshire, (2) 31 Jan 1929 Edward William Standish, of Marwell Hall, co. Wiltshire (d. 30 Nov 1933), and (3) 7 Dec 1935 George Munro Kerr, of 8 Ennismore Gardens, London, only son of Prof J M Munro Kerr, of Starr's House, Canterbury, co. Kent, and has issue by her second husband

1d. Ada Mary Byron (d. 15 Dec 1938), mar. 9 Jun 1894 Admiral Charles Gauntlett Dicken RN, of The Hermitage, Winchester, co. Hampshire (d. 7 Sep 1937), yst. son of Rev Alldersey Dicken DD, Fellow of Peterhouse College, Cambridge, and had issue

2d. Amy Helena Byron (dvp. an infant 31 Aug 1868)

2c. Col William Gerard Byron (b. 10 Mar 1837; d. 5 Jun 1885)

1c. Augusta Byron (d. unm.)

2c. Mary Byron (d. unm. 12 May 1888)

3c. Ada Blanche Byron (d. unm. 29 Jan 1908)

4c. Frances Lucy Byron (d. unm. 7 Aug 1904)

5c. Emily Byron (dvp. 1858)

4b. William Byron, of the India Office (b. 13 Nov 1805; d. 3 Jan 1901)

2a. John Byron, an army officer

3a. Rev Henry Byron, Rector of Muston, co. Leicester (d. 1821), mar. 18 Jun 1803 Margaret Powditch (d. 14 Sep 1813), 1st dau. of Thomas Powditch, and had issue

4. Hon Charles Byron (dsp.)

5. Hon George Byron (b. 22 Apr 1730; d. 17...), mar. Frances Levett, dau. and cohrss. of Elton Levett, of Nottingham, co. Nottingham, and had issue

1. Hon Isabella Byron (b. 10 Nov 1721; d. 22 Jan 1795), mar. (1) 8 Jun 1743 as his second wife Henry [Howard], 4th Earl of Carlisle, and (2) 10 Dec 1759 Sir William Musgrave, 6th Bt., of Hayton Castle, co. Cumberland, and had issue by her first husband

died

8 Aug 1736 (bur. at Hucknall, co. Nottingham)

suc. by

son by third wife

note

a Gentleman of the Bedchamber to George, Prince of Denmark until 1708

 

William [Byron], 5th Baron Byron

born

5 Nov 1722

mar.

28 Mar 1747 Elizabeth Shaw (d. 5 Jul 1788), dau. of Charles Shaw, of Besthorpe Hall, co. Norfolk

children

1. Hon William Byron MP (b. 27 Oct 1749; dvp. 22 Jun 1776), mar. his cousin Juliana Elizabeth Byron (mar. (2) 23 Sep 1783 as his first wife Sir Robert Wilmot, 2nd Bt., of Osmaston, co. Derby; d. 18 Mar 1788), 2nd dau. of Admiral Hon John Byron RN (by his wife Sophia Trevannion, dau. of John Trevannion, of Carhays, co. Cornwall), 2nd son by his third wife of William [Byron], 4th Baron Byron, and had issue:

1a. William Byron (k. in Corsica 1794)

1. Hon Henrietta Diana Byron (d. unm.)

2. Hon Caroline Byron (d. unm.)

died

s.p.s. 19 May 1798 (bur. at Hucknall, co. Nottingham)

suc. by

great-nephew

note

Lieut RN, 1738; Grand Master of English Freemasons 1747-52; Master of the Royal Staghounds 1763-65; killed his relative William Chaworth, of Annesley, co. Nottingham, in a duel 1765 - found guilty of manslaughter by his peers but discharged under the Statute of Privilege as a Peer

 

George Gordon [Byron later Noel], 6th Baron Byron

born

22 Jan 1788

mar.

2 Jan 1815 Anne Isabella Noel, suo jure Baroness Wentworth and de jure Baroness le Despencer, only child of Adm Sir Ralph Milbanke later Noel, 6th Bt. MP, by his wife Hon Judith Noel, sister and cohrss. of Thomas [Noel], 2nd Viscount Wentworth, and 1st dau. of Edward [Noel], 1st Viscount Wentworth

only child

1. Hon Augusta Ada Byron (b. 10 Dec 1815; dvm. 29 Nov 1852), mar. 8 Jul 1835 as his first wife William [King later King-Noel] ,1st Earl of Lovelace, and had issue

died

s.p.m. 19 Apr 1824 (bur. at Hucknall-Torkard, co. Nottingham)

suc. by

cousin

note

he was the author of "Hours of Idleness" 1807, "English Bards and Scottish Reviewers" 1809, "Childe Harold" 1812-18, "Bride of Abydos" 1813, etc., ending with "Don Juan" 1819-23; FRS 1816; separated from his wife 1816 and lived from then entirely on the Continent; sold the ancestral estate of Newstead Abbey 1817; on the death of his wife's mother he and his wife inherited a fortune of 8,000 a year and he took the name of Noel only by Royal licence 1822

 

George Anson [Byron], 7th Baron Byron

born

8 Mar 1789

mar.

18 Mar 1816 Elizabeth Mary Chandos-Pole (d. 20 Aug 1873; bur. at Kirkby Mallory, co. Leicester), dau. of Sacheverell Chandos-Pole, of Radbourne Hall, co. Derby, by his wife Mary Ware, dau. of Rev Henry Ware DD, Rector of Balrothery, co. Dublin

children

1. Hon George Anson Byron, later 8th Baron Byron

2. Hon Frederick Byron, barrister-at-law, Fellow of All Souls' College, Oxford (b. 3 Feb 1822; d. 4 Apr 1861), mar. 19 Aug 1851 Mary Jane Wescomb (d. 1 Sep 1909), 2nd dau. and cohrss. of Rev William Wescomb, of Thrumpton Hall, co. Nottingham, Rector of Langford, co. Essex, by his wife Jane Douglas, dau. of William Douglas, a Judge in India, and had issue:

1a. George Frederick William Byron, later 9th Baron Byron

2a. Hon Frederick Ernest Charles Byron, later 10th Baron Byron

1a. Hon Eva Lucy Mary Byron, granted the style and precedence of the daughter of a Baron by Royal Warrant (d. 8 Feb 1895), mar. 29 Apr 1879 Col Henry Robert Eyre (d. 12 Mar 1904), and had issue

2a. Hon Margaret Alice Byron, granted the style and precedence of the daughter of a Baron by Royal Warrant (d. unm. 20 May 1916)

3. Rev Hon Augustus Byron, Rector of Kirkby Mallory, co. Leicester (b. 8 Jun 1828; d. 17 Jul 1907), mar. 8 Jul 1852 Frederica McMahon (d. 29 Mar 1903), yst. dau. of Lieut Gen Sir Thomas McMahon, 2nd Bt. KCB, and had issue:

1a. Capt Augustus William Byron (b. 23 Feb 1856; d. 27 Jul 1939), mar. 5 Aug 1885 Constance Caroline Taylor (d. 13 Aug 1941), dau. of Edward Clough Taylor, of Firby, co. York, and had issue:

1b. Norah Hermione Wentworth Byron (b. 11 Oct 1886)

2b. Ada Constance Frederica Byron (b. 23 Feb 1891; d. unm. 22 Dec 1950)

2a. Claud Gordon Byron (b. 10 Jan 1861; dvp. 4 Oct 1863)

1a. Mabel Charlotte Byron (d. Dec 1929), mar. 7 Jan 1880 Rev Charles Thomas Moore, Rector of Appleby, co. Leicester 1877-1922, and had issue

2a. Ethel Maud Byron (d. 2 Jun 1940), mar. 9 Jan 1889 Horace George Clough Taylor, of Firby, co. York (dsp. 14 Feb 1916)

3a. Mary Beatrice Byron (d. 16 Feb 1911), mar. 18 Aug 1886 Francis Curzon Newton later Curzon DL, of Mickleover Manor and Lockington, co. Derby (d. 3 Mar 1918), and had issue

4. Rev Hon William Byron, Rector of Trowell, co. Nottingham (b. 11 Oct 1831; d. 17 May 1907), mar. (1) 4 Feb 1857 Mary Elizabeth Kindersley (d. 26 Apr 1877), dau. of Vice-Chancellor Sir Richard Torin Kindersley, and (2) 23 Nov 1878 Mary Burnside (b. c. 1831; d. 2 Oct 1888), dau. of Rev John Burnside, and had issue by his first wife:

1a. George Anson Byron, barrister-at-law (b. 3 Mar 1858 ; d. 25 Sep 1941), mar. 22 Aug 1891 Georgiana Maie Burdett DGStJ (d. 14 Mar 1941), dau. of Sir Francis Burdett, 7th Bt., and had issue:

1b. Margaret Dorothy Byron OBE (b. 30 Jun 1892; d. 15 Feb 1957), mar. 2 Jun 1921 Capt Sir William Evelyn Houstoun-Boswell KCMG MC, and had issue

2b. Rhona Mary Byron (b. 8 Aug 1893)

3b. Gwendoline Maie Byron (b. 5 Sep 1896; dvp. 23 Apr 1897)

2a. Eric William Byron (b. 25 Sep 1860; dvp. 21 Sep 1864)

3a. Richard Charles Byron (b. 4 Apr 1863; dvp. 29 Sep 1864)

4a. Col Wilfrid Byron, served in South Africa 1900-1901 and World War I 1914-19 (b. 31 Jan 1871; d. Nov 1936), mar. 25 Sep 1901 his first cousin once removed Sylvia Mary Moore (d. 27 Dec 1952), dau. of Rev Charles Thomas Moore, Rector of Appleby, co. Leicester, by his wife Mabel Charlotte Byron, 1st dau. of Rev Hon Augustus Byron, Rector of Kirkby Mallory, co. Leicester, and had issue:

1b. Rupert Frederick George Byron, later 11th Baron Byron

2b. Father Maurice Augustus William Byron, Roman Catholic Priest, Sacred Heart Church, Gouldhurst, co. Kent (b. 12 Mar 1907; d. 14 Mar 1949)

1b. Daphne Mary Byron (b. 13 Jun 1909), mar. 24 Feb 1930 Leo Forbes O'Connor (d. 23 Jan 1958), and had issue

1a. Amy Mary Byron (dvp. 27 Sep 1864)

2a. Eleanor Mary Byron (d. 25 Apr 1913), mar. 21 Jan 1885 Henry Seymour Hoare, of Knowle House, Salisbury, co. Wiltshire (d. 16 Jun 1930), son of Henry James Hoare, of Morden, co. Surrey, and had issue

3a. Edith Mary Byron (d. 29 May 1917), mar. 19 Jan 1888 Maj Gerard Thomas Noel, and had issue

4a. Katherine Mary Byron (d, 21 Apr 1951), mar. 5 Jul 1894 Col Sir William Robert Campion KCMG DSO, of Danny Park, Hurstpierpoint, co. Sussex (d. 2 Jan 1951), son of William Henry Campion CB, and had issue

5. Hon John Ralph Byron (b. 1838; dvp. 1849)

1. Hon Mary Anne Byron (d. 1 Aug 1885), mar. 4 Jun 1834 John Blenkinsopp Coulson, of Blenkinsopp Castle, co. Northumberland (d. 12 Jun 1868), and had issue

2. Hon Georgiana Byron (d. 23 Jan 1893), mar. 9 Jun 1842 Charles Rowland Palmer Morewood, of Alfreton Park, co. Derby (d. 1873), and had issue

died

1 Mar 1868 (bur. at Kirkby Mallory, co. Leicester)

suc. by

son

note

entered the Navy 1830; a Lord of the Bedchamber (Liberal) 1830-37; a Lord-in-Waiting 1837-60; Rear Admiral 1849; Reserved List 1851; Vice Admiral 1857; Extra Lord-in-Waiting 1860; Admiral 1862

 

George Anson [Byron], 8th Baron Byron

born

30 Jun 1818

mar.

3 Aug 1843 Lucy Elizabeth Jane Wescomb (mar. (2) 17 Jan 1878 Rev Philip Henry Douglas, Vicar of Thrumpton, co. Derby;  d. 28 May 1912), 1st dau. and cohrss. of Rev William Wescomb, of Thrumpton Hall, co. Nottingham, Rector of Langford, co. Essex, by his wife Jane Douglas, dau. of William Douglas, a Judge in India

died

s.p. 28 Nov 1870 (bur. at Thrumpton, co. Nottingham)

suc. by

nephew

note

Capt, 19th Regiment of Foot 1842-43

 

George Frederick William [Byron], 9th Baron Byron

born

27 Dec 1855

mar.

1 Mar 1901 Fanny Lucy Brinckman DBE (former wife of Theodore Francis Brinckman later 3rd Bt.;  mar. (3) 12 Dec 1924 Sir Robert Paterson Houston, 1st Bt.;  d. 29 Dec 1936), 4th dau. of Thomas Radmall, of St Margaret's, Twickenham, co. Middlesex

died

s.p. 30 Mar 1917

suc. by

brother

note

declared bankrupt 1899

 

Rev Frederick Ernest Charles [Byron], 10th Baron Byron

born

26 Mar 1861

mar.

31 Jan 1921 Lady Anna Ismay Ethel FitzRoy (granted the precedence of the dau. of a Duke 28 Oct 1936;  d. 14 Apr 1966), 1st dau. of Rev Lord Charles Edward FitzRoy, Rector of Euston-with-Barnham, Thetford, co. Norfolk (by his wife Hon Ismay Mary Helen Augusta FitzRoy, 1st dau. by his second wife of Charles [FitzRoy], 3rd Baron Southampton), 3rd son of Augustus Charles Lennox [FitzRoy], 7th Duke of Grafton

died

s.p. 6 Jun 1949

suc. by

first cousin once removed

note

Curate of Royston, co. Hertford, 1888-90;  Rector of Langford, Essex, 1891-1914;  Vicar of Thrumpton, co. Nottingham, 1914-42

 

Rupert Frederick George [Byron], 11th Baron Byron

born

13 Aug 1903

mar.

29 Jul 1931 Pauline Augusta Cornwall (d. 1993), dau. of T J Cornwall, of Wagin, Western Australia, Australia

only child

1. Hon (Isobel) Ann Byron (b. 23 May 1932), mar. (1) 22 Sep 1951 Robert Reford Corr (d. 1980), son of Ivan Reford Corr, of Perth, Western Australia, Australia, and (2) 1983 Norman James Woods, of 55A Mayfair Street, Mount Claremont, Western Australia, Australia, son of James Park Woods VC, of Western Australia, Australia, and has issue by her first husband

died

s.p.m. 1 Nov 1983

suc. by

fifth cousin

 

Richard Geoffrey Gordon [Byron], 12th Baron Byron, DSO

born

3 Nov 1899

mar. (1)

8 Jun 1926 (div. 1946) Margaret Mary Steuart, only dau. of Francis Gerald Steuart, of Fyfhyde, Winchester, co. Hampshire (by his wife and cousin Constance Isabel Fortescue, 3rd dau. of Capt Edmund Fortescue), 2nd son of John Steuart, of Ballechin, co. Perth, by his wife Caroline Anne Larpent, 2nd dau. of Sir Albert John Larpent, 2nd Bt. (by his wife Catherine Lydia Shaw), 1st son and heir of Sir George Gerard de Hochepied Larpent, 1st Bt., by his wife Charlotte Cracroft, 3rd dau. of William Cracroft, of Louth, co. Lincoln

mar. (2)

8 Aug 1946 Dorigen Margaret Esdaile (d. 1985), only dau. of Percivale Kennedy Esdaile

children by second wife

1. Hon Richard Noel Byron (b. 5 Jan 1948; dvp. in an air accident 1985)

2. Hon Robert James Byron, later 13th Baron Byron

died

15 Jun 1989

suc. by

son by second wife

note

ADC to Governor of Bombay 1921-22; Military Secretary to Governor and Commander-in-Chief of New Zealand 1937; served in World War II as Lt Col, 4th/7th Royal Dragoon Guards

 

Robert James [Byron], 13th Baron Byron

born

5 Apr 1950

mar.

1979 Robyn Margaret McLean, dau. of John McLean, of Hamilton, New Zealand

children

1. Hon Charles Richard Gordon Byron (b. 28 Jul 1990)

1. Hon Caroline Anne Victoria Byron (b. 1981)

2. Hon Emily Clare Byron (b. 1984)

3. Hon Sophie Georgina Byron (b. 1986)

note

solicitor; partner, Holman Fenwick Willan LLP

 

 Last updated 28 Jul 2011

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Title:

13th Baron Byron, of Rochdale in the County Palatine of Lancaster

(England, let. pat. 24 Oct 1643)

 

Address:

Bartley Close, Bartley, Southampton, Hampshire SO4 2LN

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